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Re: Subject review requests
« Reply #105 on: January 23, 2015, 12:47:56 am »
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Review on any of the following would be appreciated (currently not reviewed)
1. Foundation of Modern Politics ATS1353
2. Terrorism and Political Violence ATS1701
3. Australian Government and Politics ATS1945

Thanks :) :)
These are all new units for 2015, nobody's done them. ATS1353 used to be Intro to Politics though, and it has the same coordinator, so that might be similarish though.
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Re: Subject review requests
« Reply #106 on: January 23, 2015, 07:17:10 am »
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I believe Australian government and politics is a previous unit (or maybe it just really, really sounds like a previous unit).

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Re: Subject review requests
« Reply #107 on: January 23, 2015, 11:44:48 am »
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I did CHM3941 in 2014. You'll probably notice that the labs for this subject (as for pretty much all of the major 3rd year Chem subjects) are listed as going for four hours.
I think that we had labs on 9 of the weeks (no lab on first week, last week, and one week in the middle). These were made up of a 3 week prac, 2x2 week pracs, and 2x1 week pracs. Previously, there used to be a third 1-week prac, but they took that out when I did it.

The labs don't necessarily match up with what you're learning in lectures. I think in your starting lab, you'll learn about working in an inert atmosphere, as some of the reagents you use actually react upon contact with oxygen and water. Also, you get to use the dry ice/nitrogen containers, required when you want to cool things to -78 degrees (or something like that). Your prac manual details what you have to do quite well, and should have a copy of key research papers at the back, for easy reference. You probably won't spend the full four hours on all weeks. Particularly on the multiple-week pracs, working efficiently means that you might be able to leave a bit earlier on the final week. I was probably the slowest person in my lab session, and there were still weeks where I left early.

The lab manual and Moodle have guidelines on how to write your lab reports. I suggest paying attention to the uploaded marking schemes on Moodle - there are specific marks allocated to a bunch of stuff, and unfortunately the lab demonstrators can't give you those marks if they're not in your report. The lab demonstrators are really nice people though. Also, you will probably be expected to look at some research papers and use their findings to help write your discussion in your lab report. Your lab manual will contain a list of suggested papers for each prac - these are well worth reading for an understanding of what is going on.

If you have any other questions, feel free to PM me or to post here! :)

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Re: Subject review requests
« Reply #108 on: January 25, 2015, 07:12:13 pm »
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Is there anyone who can review:

ATS1111: Indonesian Introductory 1
ATS1112: Indonesian Introductory 2

I did it Year 9 and 10 but I seem to have forgotten everything :( I really enjoyed Indonesian but I don't know if taking up a language is good idea alongside my Biomed core units! Thank you so much! :)
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Re: Subject review requests
« Reply #109 on: January 29, 2015, 04:02:49 pm »
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Hello.

I know that some of these have been reviewed before, but thoughts on any of these would be absolutely brilliant:

  • ATS2/3640 The ethics of global conflict
  • ATS2941 Asia's underside: Violence, crime and protest
  • ATS2/3625 Mobile words: Migrants, refugees and the politics of belonging
  • ATS2/3563 Global consumption
  • ATS2/3633 Global cities: Past, present and future
  • ATS2/3698 Middle East politics
  • ATS2/3547 Cities and sustainability
  • ATS2/3648 Contemporary Japan
  • ATS2/3586 Islam: Principles, civilisations, influences
  • ATS2/3462 International crime and justice
  • ATS2/3697 Gender and international relations

Cheers. :)
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Re: Subject review requests
« Reply #110 on: February 08, 2015, 10:43:37 am »
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Hello.

I know that some of these have been reviewed before, but thoughts on any of these would be absolutely brilliant:

  • ATS2/3640 The ethics of global conflict
  • ATS2941 Asia's underside: Violence, crime and protest
  • ATS2/3625 Mobile words: Migrants, refugees and the politics of belonging
  • ATS2/3563 Global consumption
  • ATS2/3633 Global cities: Past, present and future
  • ATS2/3698 Middle East politics
  • ATS2/3547 Cities and sustainability
  • ATS2/3648 Contemporary Japan
  • ATS2/3586 Islam: Principles, civilisations, influences
  • ATS2/3462 International crime and justice
  • ATS2/3697 Gender and international relations

Cheers. :)
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Re: Subject review requests
« Reply #111 on: February 11, 2015, 03:35:39 pm »
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would appreciate it if someone do MTH1010

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Re: Subject review requests
« Reply #113 on: February 14, 2015, 03:16:28 am »
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FIT2081 please!

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Re: Subject review requests
« Reply #114 on: February 16, 2015, 11:06:00 am »
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BMS1021 please :)
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Re: Subject review requests
« Reply #115 on: May 02, 2015, 03:49:24 pm »
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Can someone please do a review of LAW4225 - Non-Adversarial Justice? :)
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Re: Subject review requests
« Reply #116 on: May 02, 2015, 04:01:52 pm »
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Any thoughts on either of ATS2975 (Building Blocs: The European Union and the Asia-Pacific) or ATS3974 (European Security) would be appreciated :)

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Re: Subject review requests
« Reply #117 on: June 20, 2015, 03:43:11 pm »
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Hello everyone,

I was wondering if someone could provide a review on CHM2942 - Biological chemistry. Including details about the difficulty of assessment and its comparison to say CHM2911- Synthetic Chem. Looking at getting a minor in chem, interested in the overlap of biology & chem so thought this would be ideal. Probably will major in developmental biology, so not much point in doing CHM2922. If I was going to take CHM2911, I'd probably go with a Pharmacology unit.

Would be greatly appreciated!
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Re: Subject review requests
« Reply #118 on: June 20, 2015, 09:13:30 pm »
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Hoping someone could do a review on any of the third year microbiology units, and IMM3990?
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« Reply #119 on: June 21, 2015, 10:26:17 pm »
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Hoping someone could do a review on any of the third year microbiology units, and IMM3990?

I can't comment on the microbio units, but since IMM3990 is a research project, there's not really much different to any other research project - just as long as you have a good supervisor and pick a topic you're interested in. My advice is to ask a lecturer you liked the content of/liked as a person to be your supervisor - don't assume they have to say yes, of course, but they most likely will. If there weren't any lecturers you liked, just scroll through the honours handbook until you find a project that sounds cool.
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